Extended day out to Rosedale,

Tuesday 8th August, 2017
North York Moors

A new destination for BEES. Today we head to the beautiful Rosedale valley to explore the wealth of flora and fauna which give spectacular displays at this time of year. Our walk will take us along the banks of the River Seven and through some fields where, weather permitting, we should see butterflies and hopefully dragonflies and damselflies. It is expected the walk will be approximately 4 miles in length, through well maintained field gates with a short uphill section before crossing a road to reach a small conifer plantation and then downhill to Rosedale Village Hall where Robert will collect us in the minibus.

Toilet facilities are available in Rosedale. Mud may be an issue through the fields dependent on weather conditions.

We will have a meal in Weatherspoons in Thirsk (no pre-orders) before returning to Bradford.

Leader: Sally Tetlow and Robert Waind
Minibus transport; depart Unitarian Church 9.30am. Cost: £12